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Definition of "condemning" []

  • To express strong disapproval of; censure (verb)
  • To pronounce judicial sentence on (verb)
  • To demonstrate the guilt of (verb)
  • To judge or pronounce unfit for use (verb)
  • To compel or force into a particular state or activity (verb)
  • Present participle of condemn. (verb)

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Use "condemning" in a sentence
  • "Apart from the the Paksitani Blogosphere, the mainstream media also chimed in condemning the targeting of mosques."
  • "When 1 UCC church was vandalized, you condemned conservative evangelicals for being slow to the draw in condemning that act."
  • "The city council, with the support of City Attorney Pete Holmes, joined state Democrats in condemning Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna for joining a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of health-care reform."